Morning and afternoon storms as hazy, hot, and humid temps set to return

Heavy storms struck the D.C. metro area early Monday morning - but the rain won't save us from the hot summer weather that is on the way.

The fast moving storms hit hardest on Maryland's Eastern Shore and brought downpours that made early morning travel tough. Some roadways were flooded as the storms moved quickly to the east.

The rain cooled things down briefly but heat and humidity will return into the morning hours. More quick moving storms could move through the area Monday evening.

Temperatures stay in the high 80s Monday but will climb back into the 90s starting on Tuesday. The hot temperatures will last until Sunday, with some storms, but mostly a hazy, hot and humid forecast.

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